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How to get A in physics?

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Nischal Singh Dangol Asked:

How to get A in physics?

Answer:

Whatever the syllabus or course, an A grade means “Excellent work indicating a clear mastery of the subject material”

This requires evidently a basic understanding of the subject, thorough with the fundamentals and the ability to apply the principles to solve problems creatively. One should be able to make suitable connections between concepts logically to solve the problem in hand. (Remember, Physics is often referred to as a Problem Solving Discipline)

A grade in Physics comes naturally if you start loving the subject and take active interest in applying the concepts of Physics to solve problems (in subject as well as in day to day life situations)

Also important :

  • Maintaining good rapport is also important in getting an A grade.
  • Attend all lectures/classes and never bunk
  • Do your assignments sincerely and submit in time

Wish you all the best.

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